• Evan Shawver had a stolen base but couldn’t get Amherst on the board Monday as the Comets fell 3-0 to the Avon Lake Shoremen.
Jack Faight struck out four in as many innings and allowed three hits and four to reach base on balls.
• Despite an early 2-0 lead, Amherst went down swinging Saturday in a 4-2 loss to Lorain at the Pipe Yard.
For the Comets, Kyle Dalzell reached how on a second inning error, followed across the plate by Eric Ritter as Jake Hart drew a bases-loaded walk.
Justin Hritsko pitched four innings, striking out three and allowing five hits for three runs.
• RBIs from Jacob Lezon and Ryan Glowacki helped Amherst to an 8-5 win Friday over North Olmsted.
Kyle Mantin and Jake Hart also racked up runs in the victory. Cameron Karnik was the winning pitcher, striking out three in a little over one inning.
• Well that escalated quickly — the Comets girls crossed home plate 10 times in the first inning alone Monday and trampled Avon Lake with a final score of 18-2.
Madison O’Berg was again the winning pitcher with five strikeouts, three hits allowed, and four free bases on balls in five innings.
As a batter, she had a run and RBI. Kasey McGraw was unstoppable at bat, with a triple, a homer, and five RBIs. Makenzie Cornwell also had a huge day, posting four RBIs and three doubles. Lindsey Reavis had a triple, three RBIs, and two runs. Lauren Kachure had four runs. Kylee Mcgraw had two runs and hit one out of the park.
• A third inning rally put the Comets on the path to a 13-3 clobbering of Berea-Midpark on Friday.
Lauren Kachure had four runs and two RBIs while Mckenzie Cornwell notched four RBIs and a run. Other major hits came from Lindsey Reavis, Amanda Crisler, Kylee McGraw, and Kate Iliff.
Madison O’Berg was the winning pitcher, allowing just five hits in seven innings on the mound.
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